Two times, Dena Roche realized boyfriends were going to become breakups while traveling.

The first time, her plus-one got jealous when someone pulled her onto the dance floor in Belize, revealing an insecure side “I hadn’t seen before,” she said.

Next, during a Hawaii vacation, a man took advantage of an all-you-can-eat situation to a repulsive degree.

“I actually faked being sick on this trip to avoid him touching me,” said Roche, who lives in Phoenix and writes The Travel Diet.

Whether it’s a best friend or a romantic getaway, travel for two can bring obstacles more unique than solo or groups.

We talked to experts to find out potential plane, train or automobile pitfalls — and what to tackle before you go.

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